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Signs of progress

Building permit activity on the decline in Sunnyside

This new readerboard sign at Sunnyside Christian High School is valued at $10,000.

Photo by John Fannin.
This new readerboard sign at Sunnyside Christian High School is valued at $10,000.

With only five new building permits processed with a total combined valuation of $20,000, the month of October was slow for new construction in the city of Sunnyside.

It might have been a light month, but there were two literal signs of progress.

Half of the valuation for new permitted projects last month was for a readerboard sign with an electronic message center for Sunnyside Christian High School at 1820 Sheller Rd.

One other new sign given the go-ahead in October was for a wall sign at Ameristar, 1825 Waneta Rd. It is listed as having a valuation of $5,000.

Other permitted projects last month were a new gas line at 2600 E. Yakima Valley Hwy. #7, a re-roof and patio cover rebuild at 1221 Sunset Place and three new furnace and air conditioner units at 703 E. Franklin Ave.

Year-to-date, new building valuation in Sunnyside stands at $31.6 million.

The 304 building permits issued through the first 10 months of 2014 have garnered the city of Sunnyside a combined total of $265,107 in permit fees.

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